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MATH 280, Discrete Mathematics and Proof, 3 Units

Lecture, 3 hours; Discussion, 1 hour: A rigorous introduction to discrete mathematics with an emphasis on problem solving and proof writing. This course prepares students to construct valid mathematical arguments in upper-division courses. Topics include mathematical logic and set theory, direct and indirect proof, proofs with conjunctions, disjunctions, and quantifiers, relations, equivalence relations and partitions, functions and invertibility, and mathematical induction.

Prerequisite: MATH 161

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